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Private Tour: Columbia River Gorge Day Trip from Portland
"After pickup from your downtown Portland hotel in the morning you'll be driven by Mercedes van or luxury SUV to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area located just 20 minutes outside the city. Travel along the mighty Columbia River and admire the towering basalt cliffs formed from the river cutting through the Cascade Mountains.When you arrive your naturalist guide leads your private party on a series of short walks to view some of the more than 90 gorgeous waterfalls here including the second-tallest perennial waterfall in the US: Multnomah Falls. Enjoy morning tea and snacks as you admire the sights and ask your guide any questions you have. Continue farther up the river to the town of Hood River where breathtaking natural beauty and high winds create a paradise for windsurfers
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Private Tour: Columbia River Gorge Day Trip from Portland
"After pickup from your downtown Portland hotel in the morning you'll be driven by Mercedes van or luxury SUV to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area located just 20 minutes outside the city. Travel along the mighty Columbia River and admire the towering basalt cliffs formed from the river cutting through the Cascade Mountains.When you arrive your naturalist guide leads your private party on a series of short walks to view some of the more than 90 gorgeous waterfalls here including the second-tallest perennial waterfall in the US: Multnomah Falls. Enjoy morning tea and snacks as you admire the sights and ask your guide any questions you have. Continue farther up the river to the town of Hood River where breathtaking natural beauty and high winds create a paradise for windsurfers
From $189.00
 
Private Tour: Columbia River Gorge Day Trip from Portland
"After pickup from your downtown Portland hotel in the morning you'll be driven by Mercedes van or luxury SUV to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area located just 20 minutes outside the city. Travel along the mighty Columbia River and admire the towering basalt cliffs formed from the river cutting through the Cascade Mountains.When you arrive your naturalist guide leads your private party on a series of short walks to view some of the more than 90 gorgeous waterfalls here including the second-tallest perennial waterfall in the US: Multnomah Falls. Enjoy morning tea and snacks as you admire the sights and ask your guide any questions you have. Continue farther up the river to the town of Hood River where breathtaking natural beauty and high winds create a paradise for windsurfers
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FORT WALLA WALLA MUSEUM

Just west of the Veterans Administration Medical Complex is the Fort Walla Walla Museum. The museum is devoted not only to the history of the fort but of the surrounding region. Several open-air...
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FORT WALLA WALLA

This is the fourth fort to go by this name. The first fort was a fur-trading post opened by the North West Company at the confluence of the Walla Walla and Columbia Rivers. Established in 1818, the...
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PALOUSE FALLS

About an hour to the north of Walla Walla is one of the most magnificent waterfalls of the Northwest. Palouse Falls – 198 feet high – has recently been designated as the official waterfall of...
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WHITMAN MISSION: THE GRAVES

Tomahos, a Cayuse chief, led a group of warriors into the mission on 29 November 1847 killing the Whitmans and twelve others – mostly children. They burnt most of the mission buildings and took...
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WHITMAN MISSION: THE MONUMENT

Atop a small knoll overlooking the mission site and the Walla Walla Valley is a large monument that was erected on the 50th anniversary of the Whitman’s death – 1897. The increase in white emigration...
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WHITMAN MISSION: OREGON TRAIL

Word reached the American Board of Foreign Missions in 1842 of Indian indifference to the religious message and with a general lack of funds coming in; the decision was made to close the Whitman and...
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WHITMAN MISSION: HOUSE SITE

Slowly after 1836, the mission enlarged. A large home was erected to not only house the Whitmans, but to serve as a way station for other missionaries who came out to begin their missions. There was a...
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WHITMAN MISSION NATIONAL MONUMENT

Marcus Whitman was involved in early attempts by Protestant churches in the eastern U.S. to bring their version of Christian culture to the Native Americans of the Oregon Country. Following an...
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WINERIES

Walla Walla has gone through several changes since the town’s inception in 1858. A military town and a supply center for miners reaching out into the mountains of central Idaho – the town was...
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aMaurice Cellars

After leaving the drunken SUV revelers at Walla Walla Vintners, we went next door to aMaurice cellars. What a calming change of pace! The winemaker, Anna, was pouring the wine, and she was delightful....
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Whitman Mission National Historic Site

The Whitman Mission National Historic Site is a moving memorial of the life of Marcus and Narcissa Whitman from the time they established a mission in 1836 to the time they were killed by the Cayuse...
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Wineries / Tasting Rooms in Town

While it's fun to visit the wineries in the rural areas around Walla Walla, if you're not up for all the driving, several wineries have tasting rooms in town.Amavi has good wines, and there's a good...
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Basel Cellars Winery

The tasting rooms at the wineries in Walla Walla run the gamut in terms of money that is put into them. Some are simple huts, while some like Basel Cellars are elaborate estates exuding great wealth....
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Zerba Cellars

Zerba has received quite a few accolades, so we dropped in for a taste (or two). The accolades were well earned. The wines were very good and Zerba makes a number of varietals. We met the owner and...
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Six West Rose Street, Walla Walla, WA, 99362
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1433 W Pine St, Walla Walla, WA 99362
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2315 EASTGATE STREET NORTH, Walla Walla, WA 99362
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520 N 2nd Ave, Walla Walla, WA 99362
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